World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF INDIA: Lest Delhi Forget

Japan is still at India's door. The R.A.F. sharply reminded India's sahibs and indifferent millions of this fact last week. A communiqué reported that in 46 days R.A.F. planes had dropped 100 tons of bombs on Japanese troop and supply concentrations moving into northern Burma, near the mountainous but by no means inpregnable,* border of India.

*New Delhi last week reported that 500,000 Burmese refugees had arrived in India. Some traveled by sea and air, but most of them, surviving malaria and dysentery, living on food dropped by R.A.F. planes, found their way over hidden trails from Burma into Bengal...

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